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the halls of covenant 






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founders 


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off-campus 


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seniors 




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student life 




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athletics 




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Niel Nielson 

President 



FACULTY & STAFF 

^ ummer has just ended and you're about to start a 16-credit semester. And the only thing keeping you 
J cool is the sound of bagpipes echoing from the chapel lawn. This year's commencement begins just 
as they all do. The Drum Corps enters, but not before you all stand and flash eyes of anticipation and 
exchange thrills of laughter between one another. While the majority of students think of convocation as 
a formal tradition, there are always some that break the norm. One single scan over the audience gives 
you the sight of girls dressed in purple and gold choir robes, and boys wearing clown wigs, sunglasses, and 
sequined sweater-vests. Entering next are the faculty and staff, who bring back memories of classes on 
the chapel lawn and research projects made possible only by John Holberg. President Nielson greets the 
incoming freshmen with applause as he asks them to stand. Altogether, it was the beginning of a really, 
really good year. 



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Dr. Ken Anderson 

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Amy Bagby 



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Dr. Jack Beckman 

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Mark Bowers 

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Dr. Phill Broussard 

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Dr. Toni Chiareli 

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Emily Ford 

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Dr. Cliff Foreman 

English 



Jenny Gienapp 

Office of Advancement 



Dr. Daphne Haddad 

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Camille Hallstrom 
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Chalmers Center 



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Dr. Larry Mehne 

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Rev. Aaron Messner 
Chapel 



Barb Michal 

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Rodney Miller 
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Tad Mindeman 

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Katie Mitchell 

Office of Advancement 



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Dr. Paul Morton 
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Office of Advancement 



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Joan Stanton 

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Biblical & Theological Studies 




Dr. Jerry Wenger 

Biology 



Dr. Lance Wescher 

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Dr. Jim Wildeman 

English 




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Spring Semester started out on the chilly side 
this year. Chaplain Messner rushed to the 
pulpit at the closing of chapel to announce 
the cancellation of all classes from that point 
on. Laughter and joy erupted in that small 
chapel. Not long after that announcement, 
footprints and snowmen could be found in 
the different nooks and crannies around 
campus. And so started Covenant's love- 
hate relationship with the snow. It seemed as 
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another cancellation or delay. You all loved 
it. Snowball fights across the chapel lawn, 
decorative snow forts between Founders 
and Mac, cardboard box sleds, sleeping in 
well past 1 o'clock. You regularly hoped for 
additional snowfall to extend the mid-week 
hiatus from classes. The fun went along until 
you received the note from the higher-ups 
that reading days were now official days. 
Once again it was time to welcome spring 
with the multi-colored hammocks and 
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Welcome to Carter. Just inside you'll notice the cozy fireplace and dimmed mood lighting — 
both of which are the most notable contributions to this inviting, warm lobby. Whether 
you're strolling down Third Central or Fifth North, doors are always open: turning every hour into 
social hour and resulting in undoubtedly strong hall identities. Rumors of it being haunted keep 
Carter residents close-knit; however their blossoming community may also be due to their common 
bond of beauty, charisma, or athletic ability. You may notice remnants of Carter's hall pride around 
campus. Most notably may be the Ghetto insignia atop the waffle press in the Great Hall. A quick 
jog down Second Central will have you wondering if those boys were born wearing flannel. While 
Carter is known for its leaky sinks and low water pressure, these struggles are no real obstacle to 
maintaining and strengthening the strong culture of trust and community in this building. 




SECOND SOUTH 




Michael Grimm 



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Stuart Beauchamp Kip Burdette 



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SECOND CENTRAL 




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David Spencer 



Brian Stair 



John Caldwell 




Thomas Holcombe David Wilkinson Anthony Sligh 



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Brian Hess 



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Charles Lanum 



Jonathan Spencer 



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THIRD CENTRAL 

Catherine Kercher 



Elisabeth Oates 



Kate Harrison 




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Adrienne Belz 



Alison Gore 



Caitlin Ezell 



Chelsea Moser 



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THIRD NORTH 



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Amiee Horton 




Kara Lee 



Sarah Owens Ashley Roach 



Hannah Vanbiber, Court Barclay, Laura Childers Ashley McGarvey Deborah Taylor 




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Geneva Stegall Amber Stul 



Anna Carlson 




Candace Hendon 



Jordan Harwood, Melissa Wise 



Kelsey Head, Ashley Stewart 



Katherine Nelson Kelly Gillikin 




Hannah Chacko Hannah Freel 



Holly Schreiner 



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FOURTH CENTRAL 




Karin Olson 



Lauren Shumaker 



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Jessica Wohlers 



Chelsey Landwerlen Dana Streufert 



Lauren Probst 




Hannah Sluis 



Rebecca Knopf 



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Bryony Macintyre Dede Walls Courtney Wagoner 




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Johanna Stoep 



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FIFTH SOUTH 



Emily Stewart 




Jillian Smith 



Jessie Jakes 



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If we were to compare Founders to a wardrobe (similar to the one found in the Chronicles of 
Narnia), we would find the white skinny jeans and thick holiday sweaters hanging directly 
above a tattered pair of bright red TOMS. Similar to this wardrobe, Founders residents celebrate 
obscurity through their old time traditions. From Catacombs Toga Parties to Brethren robes 
(which may or may not have been washed recently), Founders does not disappoint. Caledon's Wax 
Museum and Jungle's search for First Belz were by and large the greater contributions to Founder's 
Skit Night this year. Founders means family. And while family members often get on your nerves, 
we think you'll hear less of the arguments and more of the dance parties and music in Founders. 



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Aaron Fortune 



Peter McCrory 



Stephen Bates Robbie Brown 



Michael Caldwell 



Andy Jones 



John Armstrong 



Dima Weir 




Wesley Garey 
John Hirte 



Theodore Huizinga 



Gregory Steele 
Jeffrey Cox 




James Vito 



Timothy Daugaard 



Kevin Key 



Nick Wolcott 



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BRETHREN 



Brett Borland 



Brandon Gross 



Brandon Flynn 



Stephen Padron 




Dan Rienstra 



Tommy Pinckney David Pickering 



Tim Van Vliet 



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Michael Bowser 



Jeremy Mosley Adam Lutz 



Gareth Jones 




Jesse Cowell 



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Paul Smallman 



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Tyler Leinbach 



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RIVENDELL 



Alex Whitaker 



Ben Burge 




Ben Withington 




Josiah Meneghin 



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James Rollins 



Demarius Johnson 



James Wood 



Josh de Groot 




Colin Dudley 



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Jenna Mitchell 




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HIGHLANDS 



Caroline Hoelscher 




Abigail Smith 
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Anna Harrison Annie Muether 

Emily VanderVeen Cassandra Hall 



Mary Hudson 
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JUNGLE 




Shannon Hard 



Taylor Ricketts 



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April Kent 



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Up until now, Mac has been noted for its studious residents. But on top of being lethally 
intelligent, Mac residents have shown their true colors this year. Lawrence boys entertained 
us all with their 'Scan and Skip 1 plot at Mac Movie Night, and The Five Points took Macstock 
one step further with their Diego adventure through the trees and dirt. The girls learned to 
embrace and protect each other during a dirty game of assassins. The 'Chialcyon' and 'Rowambe' 
allegiances were strengthened and especially bonded because of this. Whether you find yourself in 
Mac just between classes or fighting for a primo spot in the Caudle room, realize that regardless of 
your presuppositions, Mac has been pretty well rounded this year. 






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LAWRENCE 



Matt King Josh Coleman 



Jonathan Abbott 




Jared Menard 



Junghoon Shin 



Thomas Yates 



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Andrew Carey 



Jonathan Cobb James Veldhorst 



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Joshua Jeremiah Andre Glover 



Joshua Crooks Stephen Woody Will Dyer 




Jonathan Carter 



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Eric Graham 




Daniel Boccella 



Daniel Hume 



Jeremy Crute 



Will Gresham 



Sam Auffarth 




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Mary Frances Roberts 



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Annie Jacobson & Katie Meyers 




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The jury is still out. No one has been able to decide if this building is pronounced "AN-dree-us" 
or "Ahn-DRAY-uhs". While you toil over that discrepancy, take a moment to acknowledge the 
customs that have been successfully instituted by this building. The girls' halls have hosted numerous 
progressive dinners. These typically begin on the first floor with appetizers and finish atop the veranda 
for dessert and a dance party. This year. Operation 4:19 was started in order to get Andreas residents 
into the community to volunteer — something unique to this building alone. Each hall went into the city 
of Chattanooga on a Saturday morning to serve and returned to campus in the late afternoon to recap 
their varying experiences. As far as we can tell, Andreas is well on its way to establishing many long- 
term traditions, both on campus and in the community. 



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James Krystaponis 



Clark Sealy 



Shane Connette 



Kevin Wilson 



Justin Eidsmoe 



John Bvers 




Kurtis Wiles 



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Paul Werkema 



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Stephen Moore Davey Hoffman Gregory Pittman Callum Sears 



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Bethany Haines 



Laurel Hoffman 



Elizabeth Brink 




Betsey Ramage 



Courtney Lester 



Hope Smisson 



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Kathleen Walton 



Jenny Keener 



Sarah Alofs 



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Bethany Pelts, Kristen Walker, Lindsey Potter 




Rebecca Austin, Elise Davidson, Lauren Conrad, Da Som Jung 




Liz Wallace, Elsie Marshall, Claudia Canales, Rebekah Schmidt 




Lana Nelson, Amy Reed, Grace Andrews 




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Jacy Tinker 



Julie Drexler 



James Roberts 




Jenae Welch 



Audrey Waldecker 




Heather Satterfield 



Elea Geerlings 



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Ringgold, GA 



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Philip Codington 

Franklin, TN 



Jonlyn Linville 

Brevard, NC 





Dabney Kinser 

Macon, GA 

"And they rode on in the 

friscalating dusklight." 

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Andrew Chase 

Tacoma, WA 



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Lookout Mountain, GA 






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"...the greatest trick of the devil is not to get us into 

some sort of evil but rather have us wasting time. 

This is why the devil tries so hard to get Christians 

to be religious. If he can sink a man's mind into 

habit, he will prevent his heart from engaging God." 

Don Miller 



Jess Gauley 

Owensboro, KY 

"Am I ignitable? God deliver me from the dread asbestos 
of 'other things.' Saturate me with the oil of the Spirit that 
I may be aflame. But flame is transient, often short-lived. 
Canst thou bear this my soul-short life? In me there 
dwells the spirit of the Great Short-Lived, whose zeal for 
God's house consumed Him." 
Jim Elliot 



Renee Barnett 

Elgin, IL 



Katie McArthur 

McConnells, SC 

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Chattanooga, TN 



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Lookout Mountain, GA 
"Let us hold with steadfast faith the 
right hand of God stretched out 
to us from above, even our Lord 
Jesus Christ, and look forward to 
receiving the certain hope and love 
which we greatly long for." 
St. Augustine, 
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Cumming, GA 



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Anne Musick 

Dallas, TX 

Michelle Moore 

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Jared McKee 

Ringgold, GA 



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Joben Lewis 

Fayetteville, GA 


Andrew Alms 

Dickson, TN 








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Sumter, SC 









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Holland, Ml 



Bethany Vannette 

Holland, Ml 

"What's my vision for you? 

When you leave this place, 

I want you to go out there 

and die. Let God use you 

up. At the end of your life, 

may God look at you and 

say, 'Well done, good and 

faithful servant.'" 

Dr. Niel Nielson 



Annette 
McKerihan 

Charleston, SC 



Shayna 
Borland 

St. Cloud, FL 

"Be joyful always; pray 

continually; give thanks in 

all circumstances, for this 

is God's will for you 

in Christ Jesus." 

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 



Elizabeth Lindsay 

Johnson City, TN 



Rachel Verville 

Rossville, GA 



Susannah 
Verner 

Mableton, GA 

"I don't think any word can 

explain a man's life. No, 

I guess rosebud is just a 

piece in a jigsaw puzzle, a 

missing piece." 

Orson Welles 






Michael Mendis 

St. Louis, MO 



Jonathan Davis 

Lookout Mountain, GA 



Ben Wagner 

Ashland, OH 




Julianna Padilla 

Fayetteville, GA 



Abigail Smith 

Germantown, TN 



Alysha 
McCullough 

Dacula, GA 



Jenna Brock 

Suwanee, GA 



Zach 
McElrath 

Lookout 

Mountain, GA 

"I would rather 

die of thirst 

han drink from 

the cup of 

mediocrity." 




Anna Carnes 

Memphis, TN 

"But I was in search of love in those 
days, and I went full of curiosity and 
the faint, unrecognized apprehension 
that here, at last, I should find that low 
door in the wall, which others, I knew, 
had found before me, which opened in 
on an enclosed and enchanted garden, 
which was somewhere, not overlooked 
by any window, in the heart of that grey 
city." 
Evelyn Waugh 



Stacy 
McDowell 

Medford, NJ 




Katie McCoy 

facoma, WA 



Krista Barnett 

Alexandria, VA 
"I have known them all already, known £ 
them all, Have known the evenings, 
mornings, afternoons, I have measured 

j out my life with coffee spoons..." 

I T.S. Eliot > . 



Isaac Speicher 

Dayton, OH 



Julia Wohlers 

Springfield, VA 



Elhe Henry 

Lookout Mountain, GA 



Molly Gardner 

Signal Mountain, TN 



I believe in Christianity as I believe 
that the sun has risen: not only 
because I see it, but because by it I 
see everything else." 
C.S. Lewis 

Jm Will Young 

L . El Paso, TX 



I Hannah Murphy 

I Lawrenceburg, IN 

Kevin DeJong 

Lees Summit, MO 
"I have learned the 
novice can often 
see things that the 
expert overlooks. All 
that is necessary is 
^ not to be afraid of 
I making mistakes, or of 
I appearing naive." 
1 Abraham Maslow 



"Do you think grown-ups will have the world 
4 fixed up by the time they hand it over to us?" 

"Not the way they're going." 

"That's what I thought. I guess that means it's 
;'• up to us then." 

"Somehow I'm not reassured." 

"Ha! When I'm president I'll have things 

whipped into shape in no time." 

from Calvin and Hobbes 



Emily Chovan 

Bettendorf, IA 






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Westminster, CA 
"A surprising proportion 
of mathematicians 
are accomplished 
musicians. Is it because 
■ music and mathematics 
share patterns that are 
beautiful?" 
Martin Gardner 



John Michael Forman 

Chattanooga, TN 

"Go, then, earthly fame and 

treasure, come disaster, scorn 

and pain. In thy service, pain is 

pleasure, with thy favor, 

loss is gain." 

Henry Francis Lyte 






Anna Simonton 

Mount Airy, MD 
"Self-belief does not 

necessarily ensure 
p| success, but self- 
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Albert Bandura 



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Chapin, SC 





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Bainbridge, GA 
"They're just words. 
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control us anymore." 
John Strickland 



Tara McFadden Audrey Brown Barton Hesterberg 

Fairfax Station, VA Signal Mountain, TN Waterloo, IL 




Katie Becker 

Buford, GA 
"As Father sings his 
lullabies, clouds softly 
float through the skies. 
As worlds unknown 
saunter on, here I 
shall stay, in the Sun. 
As Peace, I was sure 
to know, Found me, 
He made me grow. As 
patience took over every 
act, I knew this life was 
to be my pact." 
Peaceful Afternoon 
K.A.B. 



Jaime Bilbrey 

Pewee Valley, KY 



Chelsey Schortmann 

Pensacola, FL 






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Citrus Heights, CA 
"I smile, of course, 
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Apex, NC 


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Leicester, NC 

"We're all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better 

at hiding it." The Breakfast Club 




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Bixby, OK Walnut Creek, CA 



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DeMotte, IN 



Matt Martin 

Lawrenceville, GA 



Blake Bozarth 

Lookout Mountain, GA 



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\™ Rock Hill, SC 

"I take, O cross, thy shadow for my abidinc 
place: I ask no other sunshine than the 
sunshine of His face; Content to let the 
world go by, To know no gain nor loss, My 
sinful self my only shame, my glory, all the 



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of Jesus by Elizabeth Clephane 



Katie Casselberry 

Bartlesville, OK 

"And it is my prayer that your love 

may abound more and more with 

knowledge and all discernment, 

so that you may approve what 

is excellent, and so be pure and 

blameless for the day of Christ, 

filled with the fruit of righteousness 

that comes through Jesus Christ, 

to the glory and praise of God." 

Philippians 1:9-11 



Kimberly Stoltzfu 

Elverson, PA 

"We have a right to 

believe whatever we 

want, but not everything 

we believe is right." 

' Uncle Ravi Zacharias 



Evan Phillips 

Round Rock, TX 



Rebecca Austin 

Decatur, GA 
"Because of the Lord's great I 
love, we are not consumed, 
for his compassion never I 
fails. They are new every 
morning; great is your 
faithfulness. I say to myself, 
'the Lord is my portion; 
therefore I will wait for him.'" 
Lamentations 3:22-23 I 




Bryce Wilkins 

Crownsville, MD 





Joey Veloz 

Franklin, TN 



Mary Kate Reed 

Evans, GA 

"You're a wizard, Harry!" 

Hagrid 






Sarah Dollar 

Monroe, NC 



Graham 
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J North Hills, CA 
"And on the pedestal 
** these words 

• appear: 'My name is 
Ozymandias, king of 
kings: Look on my 
works, ye Mighty, 
and despair!' Nothing 
beside remains." 
Percy Shelley 



Leah LaPointe 

Seminole, FL 



Jared Menard 

Hollywood, MD 



Victoria Woodford 

Baltimore, MD 




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Maryville, TN 



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Highland Village, TX 
"And I will betroth you 
to me forever. I will 
betroth you to me in 
righteousness and in 
justice, in steadfast 

| love and in mercy. I will 
betroth you to me in 

; faithfulness. And you 
shall know the Lord." 
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Guntersville, AL 






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Thomas O'Ban 

Tacoma, WA 
"He is no fool who gives 
what he cannot keep to gain 
what he cannot lose." 
Jim Elliot 



Eric Callender 

Cypress, CA 



Sheryce Butkowski 

Roland, AR 



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Morganton, NC 



Ben VanderHart 

Davenport, IA 



Mark McArdle 

Chattanooga, TN 



Nicole Lanni 

Wright Patterson, OH 



Chris Nelson 

Hinckley, MN 



Kaitlin 
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Augusta, GA 







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Hampshire, IL 



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New Haven, CT 

"Our imagination is stretched to the utmost, not, as in 
fiction, to imagine things which are not really there, but 
just to comprehend those things which are there." 
Richard Feynman 



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Leigh Graham 

Nashville, TN 



John Strickland 

Fayetteville, NC 



Megan 
Reichmann 

Toccoa, GA 

"Friendship is unnecessary, like 

philosophy, like art... it has no 

survival value. Rather, it is one 

of those things that give value to 

survival." 

CS. Lewis 



Elizabeth Maye 

Waxhaw, NC 

"My memory is nearly 

gone: but I remember 

two things; that I am a 

great sinner, and that 

Christ is a great Savior." 

John Newton 




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Rachael Olivier 

Orlando, FL 

"To be yourself in a world that 
is constantly trying to make 
you something else is the 
greatest accomplishment." 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Jeremy Johnston 

Greentown, PA 



Annie Jacobson 

Senoia, GA 



Sarah Mehler 

Newberg, OR 




Rachel Wintenburg Billy Robinson 

Leicester, NC Fort Myers, FL 




Kristin Najar 

Franklin, TN 

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Stevensville, MD 




Josh Ehle 

Springfield, MA 

"He only lives, who lives to 

God, and all are dead beside." Christina Hartwell 

J.C. Ryle Wyoming, Ml 




Emma Kate Mooney 

Lookout Mountain, GA 

Elsie Marshall 

Savannah, GA 
"No one who can read 
i ever looks at a book, even 
unopened on a shelf, like 
one who cannot." 
from Our Mutual Friend, 
by Charles Dickens 



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Amy Reed 

St. Louis, MO 




Katie Troxel 

El Reno, OK 




Cherith Craig 

Phillipsburg, NJ 
"Smile. People will 
wonder what you've 
been up to." 
Anonymous 



Elizabeth Milto 

Prattville, AL 

"...but before I can 
live with other folks, 
I've got to live with 
myself. The one thine 
that doesn't abide 
by majority rule is a 
person's conscience. 
Atticus Finch, 
in Harper Lee's 
To Kill a Mockingbird 




James Harrison 

Asheville, NC 
"If you come to a fork in 
the road, take it." 
Yogi Berra 



John Rogers 

Gadsden, AL 



Enoch Elwell 

Woodstown, NJ 

"I would rather be ashes 
than dust! I would rather | 
that my spark should burn I 
out in a brilliant blaze than W\ 
should be stifled by dry rot. • 
I would rather be a superb 
meteor, every atom of me 
in magnificent glow, than 
a sleepy and permanent 
planet. The proper function 
of man is to live, not to exist. 
I shall not waste my days in 
trying to prolong them. I shall 
use my tie." JL 



Rebekah Chambers 

Gastonia, NC 
"You think education is 
expensive, try ignorance." 
Tim Barton 



Katja Hoch 

Spokane, WA 

"The steadfast love of the Lord never 
ceases; His mercies never come to 
an end; they are new every morning 
new every morning; great is thy 
faithfulness, O Lord; great is thy 
faithfulness" 
Edith McNeil 



Drew Belz 

Asheville, NC 

"...these are only hints and 

guesses, hints followed by 

guesses; and the rest is 

prayer, observance, discipline, 

thought and action. The hint 

half guessed, the gift half 

understood, is Incarnation." 

Eliot, The Dry Salvages 



William Wolfe 

Matthews, NC 

"What lies behind 

us and what lies 

before us are 

the tiny matters 

compared to what 

lies within us." 

Ralph Waldo 

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Catie Ramage 

York, PA 

"Pick the day. Enjoy it to the 

hilt. The day as it conies. The 

people as they come. The 

past, I think, has helped me 

appreciate the present~and I 

don't want to spoil any of it by 

fretting about the future." 

Audrey Hepburn 



Wes Simmonds 

Eagle, ID 



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Maria Larson 

Bristol, TN 



Sarah 
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Rockville, MD 





Tommy McElrath 

Lookout Mountain, GA 




Danny Rooy 

Kingsport, TN 



Sarah Williams 

Verona, KY 



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Walker, IA 

"Beloved, do not believe every 
spirit, but test the spirits to see 
whether they are from God, 
for many false prophets have 
gone out into the world." 



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Newport News, VA 



Hannah Cohen 

Beverly, MA 



Sara Hook 

Hawthorne, NJ 
"To hear with my heart, to see 
with my soul, to be guided by a 
hand I cannot hold, to trust in a 
way that I cannot see~that's 
what faith must be." 
Michael Card 



Jeremy Weber 

Newark, DE 



Cat De Felice 

West Chicago, IL 



Daniel Young 

Chattanooga, TN 





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Montezuma, GA 




Catesville, PA 

"To avoid criticism, do j< 

nothing, say nothing, M? 

be nothing." : "i 

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Chris Stern 

St. Charles, IL 
"I am not what I ought to be, 
I am not what I wish to be, I 
am not what I hope to be... Yet, 
though I am not what I ought 
to be, nor what I wish to be, 
nor what I hope to be, I can 
truly say, I am not what I once 
was. ..by the Grace of God I 
am what I am." 
John Newton 








Anna Phillips 

Birmingham, AL 

"Usually we see other people not as 

they are, but as we are. If we have 

made peace with our flawed humanity 

and embraced our ragamuffin identity, 

we are able to tolerate in others 

what was previously unacceptable in 

ourselves." 

Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin 

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Jonathan Cate 

Asheville, NC 

"I do not ask the 

wounded person how he 

feels, I myself become 

the wounded person, 

My hurts turn livid upon 

me as I lean on a cane 

and observe." 

Walt Whitman 




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Las Cruces, NM 

"Frisch weht der Wind 

der Heimatzu." 

T.S. Eliot 



Corban Brauer 

Lucan, Ireland 



Matthew Baddorf Timothy Wigboldy 

Knoxville, TN Palos Heights, IL 



Jen Politano 

Lookout Mountain, GA 



Elise Davidson 

West Point, GA 

"Dear friends, now we are 
the children of God, and 
what we will be has not 
yet been made known. 
But we know that when he 
appears, we shall be like 
him, for we shall see him 
as he is." 
1 John 3:2 



Luisa DiBernardo 

Lancaster, PA 

"See it for the fathomless 
H mystery that it is. In the 

boredom and pain of it no less 
than in the excitement and 
gladness: touch, taste, smell 
your way to the holy and 
hidden heart of it because 
in the last analysis of all 
moments are key moments 
and life itself is grace." 
Frederich Beuchner 



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Brush Creek, TN 







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Huntington Station, NY 




Cody Baxter 

Acworth, GA 




Ross Jelgerhuis 

Holland, Ml 

"We are no longer what we once were, 
Nathan Newman but we are not yet what God calls 
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us when we are most 
satisfied in him." 
John Piper 



battle for holiness." 
Sinclair Ferguson 



STUDENT LIFE 



You. In thirty years. Not only will you have a mess of children running around your house, 
but you will have in-laws, pets, and taxes. And what you'll really need is a moment to 
romanticize about your years here at Covenant. Just wait, you'll see. Among the most memorable 
times was when you played dress-up as plane crash victims and flight attendants, gorillas, mermen, 
pirates, and buried treasure for Kastaway Kilter. Mistletoe Mingle gave you the opportunity to 
get up close and personal with Santa Claus himself. As usual, Spring Formal was classy, but what 
truly embodied this was the original music and poetry about Lil' Wayne that you contributed to 
Catacombs Folk Festival. Even more memorable than that were the get-ups you wore to Battle Ball. 
So take it easy. Even though one of the greatest years has passed and is documented in these next 
few pages, you've probably still got some good memories and laughs ahead. We promise. 







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00 William Wolfe 


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Matt Higgins 


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Chris Pifer 


1 John Eger 


9 


Brian Stair 


2 Jackson Slagle 


10 


Brent Ripple 


3 Ryan Yackel 


11 


Julian Allgeier 


4 Jordan Ledford 


12 


Joshua Johnson 


5 Todd Fleming 


13 


James Dawson 


6 Scott Schindler 


14 


Hunt Davidson 




Huntingdon College 8-0 

Gardner-Webb University 1-5 

Winthrop University 2-3 

California Lutheran 3-2 

University of Alabama-Huntsville 4-4 

Emory & Henry College 3-1 

Emory University 0-1 

Methodist University 3-0 

Bryan College 0-1 

King College 3-1 

Tennessee Wesleyan College 0-0 

Asbury College 6-1 

Montreat College 3-0 

Piedmont College 6-0 



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16 


David Nielson 




17 


Derek Wieldraayer 


Head Coach 


18 


David Pifer 


Nathan Pifer 


20 


Zach Propes 


Asst. Coach 


21 


Ryan Parr 


Nathan Norman 


22 


Tyler Morrison 


Asst. Coach 


23 


Ben Wagner 


Scot Bosgraf 




2-1 Union College 

0-1 Berry College 

3-2 King College 

2-0 Oakland City University 

4-3 Mount Vernon Nazarene 

NCCAA National Semifinals 

0-2 Indiana Wesleyan University 
NCCAA Consolation Match 

3-2 Mid-America Christian 
Season Record: 13-6-2 
NCCAA NATIONAL THIRD PLACE 
Julian Allgeier, 1 st team All-American 
David Nielson, Honorable Mention All-American 







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17 Josh De Groot 








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10 


Chris Sossou 


19 Peter Yagel 








2 Cody Baxter 


11 


Shane Connette 


20 Zach Propes 


26 


Jonathan Perry 




4 David Spencer 


12 


Tim Blumenstein 


21 Johnny Frame 


31 


Neil Clement 




5 Andrew Carey 


13 


Seth Bellas 


22 Tyler Dougherty 




John Stodghill 




6 Zach Robbins 


14 


Stephen Moore 


23 Zein Baluch 




Evan Phillips 




7 Jonathan Pelts 


15 


Jeremy Crute 


24 Kit Meyer 




Head Coach 




8 Dylan Griffin 


16 


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25 Peter McCrory 




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1-1 Tennessee Wesleyan College 

2-0 Oglethorpe University 

1-1 Maryville College 

4-1 University of the South 

1-0 Bryan College 

1-1 Oglethorpe University 

1-1 Bryan College 

1-4 Wallace State Community College 



Semi-Finals 

3-2 Oglethorpe University 

1-2 JV Championship 
(20T) Bryan College 

Season Record: 4-2-5 

JV REGIONAL RUNNER UP 








Sarah Williams 


10 


Anne Musick 


20 


Eliza Drew 


1 


Bethany Holman 


11 


Kasey Craft 


21 


Caitlin Ezell 


2 


Kara Lee 


12 


Traci Bone 


22 


Joy Cain 


3 


Aubrey Brown 


13 


Katelyn Newsome 


23 


Jane Brandon 


4 


Becky Galage 


14 


Leigh Graham 


24 


Dana Streufert 


5 


Jill Schlink 


15 


Hannah Weichbrodt 


25 


Rachel Carleton 


6 


Lauren Probst 


16 


Annette McKerihan 




Head Coach 


7 


Jenny Carter 


17 


Elisabeth Oates 




Mark Duble 


8 


Kathryn Allison 


18 


Amy Dykstra 




Asst. Coach 


9 


Anna Lueck 


19 


Hannah Brown 




Gene Ezell 



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Trevecca Nazerene University 

Maryville College 

University of the South 

Milligan College 

Bluefield College 

Lee University 

Georgetown College 

Bryan College 

Union College 

Tennessee Wesleyan College 

King College 

University of Mobile 

William Carey College 

Montreat College 

Martin Methodist College 

Asbury College 

Reinhardt College 

Berry College 

Cincinnati Christian University 

Campbellsville University 

Roberts Wesleyan College 

NCCAA National Semifinals 

Olivet Nazarene University 

NCCAA Consolation Match 

Judson University 

Season Record: 9-9-4 




WOMEN'S JV SOCCER 




7-0 Tennessee Temple University 

8-0 Hiwassee Junior College 

1-1 University of Tennessee Chattanooga 



2-5 Covenant Alumni 
0-1 Middle Tennessee State University 
Season Record: 2-2-1 




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1 Adrienne Saxon 


10 


Malory Phillips 


19 Meagan DeGroot 


28 Deborah Taylor 


2 Emily Haas 


11 


Megan Owens 


20 Michelle Spiker 


Head Coach 


3 Lauren Shumaker 


12 


Shayna Roach 


21 Carolyne Cain 


Katie Mitchell 


4 Tatum Daniel 


13 


Sarah Kelley 


22 Callie Pribyl 


Assistant Coaches 


5 Tara McFadden 


14 


Katie Robinson 


23 Erika Vaughn 


Dani Nimmer 


6 Lauren Devereaux 


15 


McRae Thomson 


24 Katie Klukow 


Des Robinson 


7 Annie Wright 


16 


Jennifer Hall 


25 Cherith Craig 




8 Katie Abeln 


17 


Tess Hanemann 


26 Christina Klukow 




9 Jane Shibley 


18 


Ashley Roach 


27 Katie Tipton 






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MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 





9 th of 11 University of the South Invitational 

9 th of 20 Berry College Invitational 

6 th of 16 Mercer College Invitational 

3 rd of 8 Maryville College Invitational 

3 rd of 9 Oglethorpe University Invitational 

18 th of 22 Southeastern Classic 

13 th of 23 NCCAA Championships 



Jonathan Preg 
Jonathan DiGioia 



Zach Barnett 
Enoch Elwell 



Bryan Mitchell 
Luke Irwin 



Daniel Pick 
Kyle Frank 



Zach McElrath 
Brett Roberts 




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WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 



Head Coach Debby Vannoy 




Tera Woods 
Stephanie Ammons 



Jamie Beckwith 
Heather Price 



Hannah Matthews 
Kelly Gillikin 



Catherine Kercher 



1 th of 1 1 University of the South Invitational 

1 th of 20 Berry College Invitational 

9 th of 20 Mercer College Invitational 

4 th of 8 Maryville College Invitational 

4 rth of 9 Oglethorpe University Invitational 

12 th of 22 Southeastern Classic 

8 th of 1 9 NCCAA Championships 




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Jonathan Herberich 
Andy Jones 



Garrett Reid 
Brandon Snipes 



Ryan Bernardez 
John Hirte 



Stephen Woody 
Joshua Jeremiah 



Head Coach 
Katherine Smith 




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1-8 Tusculum College 

9-0 LaGrange College 

1-8 Lee University 

7-2 Piedmont College 

6-3 Cedarville University 

1-8 Birmingham Southern College 

9-0 Huntingdon College 

6-3 University of the Cumberlands 

9-0 Milligan College 

1-8 Tennessee Wesleyan College 

5-4 Berry College 

9-0 Reinhardt College 

0-9 Union College 



9-0 UVA-Wise 

3-6 Martin Methodist College 

9-0 Bluefield College 

2-7 Oglethorpe University 

2-7 University of the South 

0-9 Shorter College 

3-6 King College 

NCCAA National Tournament 
5-2 Indiana Wesleyan University 
0-5 Palm Beach Atlantic University 
3-5 North Greenville University 

Season Record: 11-11 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 



8-1 


LaGrange CoHege 


9-0 


Reinhardt College 


0-9 


Lee University 


7-2 


Union College 


9-0 


Piedmont College 


9-0 


UVA-Wise 


2-7 


Birmingham Southern College 


3-6 


Martin Methodist College 


2-7 


Huntingdon College 


7-2 


Bluefield College 


8-1 


University of the Cumberlands 


7-1 


Oglethorpe University 


4-5 


Milligan College 


1-8 


University of the South 


6-3 


Tennessee Wesleyan College 


0-9 


Shorter College 


0-9 


Berry College 


5-4 


King College 
Season Record: 10-8 




Julia Myers 
Katie Ramage 



Janie Sizemore 
Stephanie Sizemore 



Casey Cochran 
Jane Shibley 



Head Coach 
Katherine Smith 




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WOMEN'S VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 




!-3 Oglethorpe University 

3-0 Spelman College 

1-3 Union College 1-3 

3-0 Tennessee Wesleyan 0-3 

0-3 Milligan College 

2-3 Montreat College 

0-3 Piedmont College 1-3 

3-0 Bluefield College 0-3 

3-0 University of Virginia at Wise 

3-0 Huntingdon College 

2-3 Milligan College 0-3 

3-1 Virginia Intermont College 



Emory & Henry College 

King College 

Bryan College 

Union College 

University of the Cumberlands 

Bryan College 

Emory University 

Clearwater Christian College 

Pensacola Christian College 

Clearwater Christian College 

Lee University 

St. Petersburg College 



3-1 Warner University 
3-0 Virginia Intermont College 
3-0 Wesleyan College 
3-0 Gadsden State CC 

Bluefield College 

UVA-Wise 

Tennessee Weslyan 

Montreat College 

Regional Tournament 

Oakland City University 

King College 

Season Record: 14-18 



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2 Kristin Dahlstrand 


8 


Anna Simonton 


16 


Kaitlyn Glass 


Head Coach 


3 Jessie Jakes 


11 


Katrina Unglaub 


18 


Bailey Daffron 


Heather Taylor 


5 Jessica Chittenden 


12 


Kara Kirk 


19 


Erica Adams 


Asst. Coach 


6 Johanna Stoep 


14 


Paige Cheney 


21 


Emily Stewart 


Aaron Paris 


7 Joanna McGill 


15 


Emily Dupree 










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WOMEN'S JV VOLLEYBALL 




3 Annalisa Shallahamer 6 Caitlyn Ryan 10 Abbey Rice 14 Bethany Pelts 

4 Jennifer McLeod 7 Diana Scheidt 12LisaSolis 16 Kayla Underwood 

5 Lauren Westerman 8 Debra Creditt 13 Kara Gahagen 19 Kelsey Mathews 

9 Amy Trumbull 55 Asia Taylor 



Head Coach 
Stephanie Warton 




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1 Chase Foster 14 

2 John Strickland 15 

3 CJ Robinson 20 
5 Dominique McGaughey 22 

11 Zarome Lakey 24 



Logan Dahms 
Callum Sears 
Damien Chaney 
Stephen Buchanan 
Justin Eidsmoe 



30 Jon DeVries 

32 Clayton Carroll 

33 Sam Bowman 

34 Paul Werkema 
44 Joey Danek 



Asst. Coach 
Luke Herbert 
Asst. Coach 
Dan Johnson 



Head Coach 
Kyle Taylor 




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48-89 Gardner-Webb University 64-78 

60-79 Berry College 48-63 

76-92 Tennessee Wesleyan College 73-87 

50-57 University of the South 59-80 

57-106 Piedmont College 56-75 

68-63 Berry College 63-70 

36-73 Bryan College 35-67 

67-85 Milligan College 76-98 

57-54 University of the South 57-73 

62-82 Reinhardt College 73-85 

62-83 Piedmont College 

53-109 Maryville College 74-96 

70-66 LaGrange College 

70-79 Union College 

65-67 Tennessee Temple University 



Tennessee Wesleyan College 
LaGrange College 
Huntingdon College 
Milligan College 
Oakwood University 
Huntingdon College 
Union College 
Maryville College 
Tennessee Temple University 
Oakwood University 
NCCAA Mid-East Regionals 
Bluefield College 
Season Record: 3-22 



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1 Jung Shin 
3 Isaiah Day 
1 1 Zach Woodruff 
14 Sam Dolby 



20 Harrison Fisher 

21 Taylor Jackson 

22 Eric Cromartie 

24 Stuart Beauchamp 



30 Peter Wilkerson 

32 James Marshall 

33 Aaron Matthews 

34 Scott McKeon 



44 Jonathan Tencza 
Head Coach 
Luke Herbert 




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36-118 Gadsden State CC 
49-98 Southeastern Bible College 

22-105 Wallace State CC 
54-76 Bryan College 

32-107 Gadsden State CC 



71-94 Maryville College 

55-105 Cleveland State CC 

63-87 Lee University 

22-120 Wallace State CC 

54-89 Oxford College 

57-87 Bryan College 



54-68 Lee University 
33-104 Cleveland State CC 

66-81 Northwestern Tech. College 
51-107 Maryville College 

Season Record: 1-15 




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56-77 


Berry College 


45-41 


Agnes Scott College 


63-43 


Huntingdon College 


68-78 


Tennessee Wesleyan College 


49-56 


Piedmont College 


55-65 


Union College 


70-56 


Agnes Scott 


43-92 


Union College 


55-75 


Tennessee Temple University 


61-73 


Emory University 


66-48 


Spelman College 


70-42 


Oakwood University 


72-64 


Spelman College 


63-71 


Tennessee Temple University 


58-67 


Bluefield College 


62-69 


Bryan College 


48-62 


Tennessee Wesleyan College 




Season Record: 10-15 


53-74 


Milligan College 


62-76 


LaGrange College 




Erika Forland, NCCAA 


73-71 


University of the South 


68-58 


Huntingdon College 




All-American, Second Team 


47-41 


Piedmont College 


39-70 


Milligan College 






65-84 


Maryville College 


56-46 


Oakwood University 









3 Kiaira Cooper 


12 Ruth Gibson 


34 


Erika Forland 


Head Coach 


4 Margaret Cross 


21 Michelle Westerman 


35 


Hannah Craft 


Tami Smialek 


5 Emily Voorhees 


22 Brinkley Knowles 


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Anne Patterson 




10 Kylea Sharrock 


23 Jen Paffenroth 




Abby Speicher 




11 DeDe Walls 


32 Christine Core 




Jessie Blankenship 






MEN'S BASEBALL 




5-10 


Berry College 


8-2; 14-5; 5-6 


6-5; 9-8 


Berea College 


7-8 


9-4 


Maryville College 


14-3; 1-7; 7-5 


2-4; 8-6; 3-9 


Union College 


11-1 


8-5 


Atlanta Christian College 


6-8; 9-2; 14-2 


10-3 


Tennessee Temple University 


12-15 


12-2; 2-7 


UVA-Wise 


4-6; 3-5; 3-5 


1-3; 0-10; 1-3 


Milligan College 


1-2 


6-8 


Atlanta Christian College 


4-7; 3-8; 9-8 



Bryan College 
Berry College 
Bluefield College 
University of the South 
Montreat College 
Maryville College 
Reinhardt College 
Tennessee Temple University 
Tennessee Wesleyan College 



10-5 UVA-Wise 
8-4; 9-0; 3-2 Virginia Intermont College 
NCCAA Region Tournament 
6-4; 2-15; 1-3 King College 

Season Record: 21-21 
Taylor Oldham: Division I Ail- 
American, NCCAA Mid-Eastern 
Region Player of the Year 





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Jacob Hutcherson 


8 


Sterling Witt 


16 


Luke Furuto 


27 


Ty McTier 


Head Coach 


2 


Kurtis Wiles 


10 


Justin Carruth 


17 


Taylor Oldham 


34 


Colin Dudley 


Doug Simons 


3 


Harrison Fisher 


11 


Caleb Abney 


18 


Tyler Smith 


35 


Daniel Boccella 


Assisant Coaches 


4 


Brandon Hagopian 


12 


Will Ogletree 


20 


Wesley McDowell 


36 


Rob Willett 


William Russell 


5 


Kevin Wilson 


13 


Zach Holz 


21 


Demarius Johnson 


42 


Nathan Hays 


Tony Stevens 


6 


Cody Baxter 


14 


James Rollins 


22 


Jared Carlson 


43 


Brian Simons 


Ben Wharton 


7 


Jonathan Carter 


15 


Andre Glover 


23 


Matthew Bazzel 


44 


Rosby Mutcherson 


Craig Kleinmann 
Steve Corbett 




WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 




1 


Jennifer Jobe 


8 


Elizabeth Harris 


18 


Kristen Walker 


Head Coach 


2 


Sonja Townsend 


10 


Aubrey Shields 


21 


Kim Cuticchia 


Sara Russell 


3 


Jenny Keener 


12 


Christine Core 


22 


Kimberlee Peebles 


Assisant Coachs 


4 


Lindsey Potter 


13 


Claire Settle 


24 


Morgan Booker 


Amber Hall 


5 


Chelsea Krafft 


15 


Heather Manning 


25 


Courtney Wagoner 


Brittany Thomas 


7 


Rebekah Marbury 


16 


Carrie Grier 











5-7; 7-8 Berry College 


1-4; 1-3 


Emory College 




4-12; 1-6 Trevecca Nazarene University 


0-4; 3-7 


Cumberland University 


16-0 


4-1 7 St. Mary of the Woods College 


0-7; 15-1 


Virginia Intermont College 


2-1; 9-1 


0-21 Shorter College 


2-0; 2-0 


Montreat College 


4-5; 7-4; 4-5 


0-10; 0-8 Lee University 


8-4; 0-2 


Union College 


0-1 


2-10; 0-7 Trevecca Nazarene University 


5-0; 3-2 


Bluefield College 


0-4 


0-1 ; 6-9 Tennessee Wesleyan College 


0-5; 8-7 


Judson College 




0-8; 1-2 Milligan College 


0-2; 2-4 


UVA-Wise 




0-6; 0-8 Reinhardt College 


10-1; 9-5 


Maryville College 




0-3; 0-1 Piedmont College 









NCCAA Region Tourn. 
Ohio Christian Univ. 
King College 
Oakland City Univ. 
Central Baptist College 
Judson University 
Season Record: 13-31 
National All-Americans 
Chelsea Krafft (First Team); 
Christine Core, Kim Cuticchia 
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6 th of 14 Piedmont College Invitational 

18 th of 19 Berry College Invitational 

14 th of 15 Callaway Invitational 



4 th of 11 Piedmont College Invitational 
5 th of 5 Spring Reeder Cup 
13 th of 17 Emory Spring Invitational 




Head Coach Anthony Sligh 
Tom Schreiner Sarah Heintz 



Cameron Boling 
Jordan Agate 



Michael Bowser 
Amanda Saunders 



Jon Spencer 
Dave Wilkinson 



Trevor Potts 
David Spencer 



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kJ Z-, • Z- , kJ I The photos featured here are but a brief glimpse of what has happened throughout 
the school year. We hope that this book reflects the best of the best. One of our goals this year was to show 
individual personality in light of the identity of the larger community Even more, we wanted to faithfully 
represent the class and quality that this institution commands. In order to achieve these goals, Tartan meetings 
were ushered in with eruptions of laughter in our cozy office, Jackson 108. These goals have percolated into 
every aspect of our work. Kaia sought to guide and nurture creativity while supplying a never ending river 
of coffee in the office. Zach sat patiently at a cold, metal desk while working on the ebb and flow of page 
layouts (and simultaneously watching multiple seasons of Law & Order). Garrett invaded your personal 
space by capturing your smiles, costumes, and props for individual photos. Clara wrote to preserve some of 
the memories that escape our own minds over time. And Kimberly, our personal "whatever" girl, spent hours 
emailing, calling, and sending smoke signals in order to keep our staff on task and in clear communication. 
But this book isn't about the hours we spent in meetings, the threads of emails filled with to-do lists, or the 
all-nighters pulled to make this book possible. This book is about you—this year. More than any of that, our 

staff hopes that you find this book timeless. 




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